About Us

Since its launch in 1996, Continuity, Insurance & Risk has become essential reading for risk management, commercial insurance and business continuity professionals. CIR's portfolio comprises multi-channel campaigns through the magazine, website and podcasts, the Business Continuity Awards, the Risk Management Awards, the National Insurance Awards, the CIR Resilience Series, regular roundtables and annual Software Reports.

A market leader in the sector, the CIR brand has a strong reputation for independent, authoritative reporting and high quality analysis.

Circulation and breakdown

Total print/digital circulation equates to an audience of 33,800, reaching professionals within major global risk associations and the world’s leading organisations, including many of the FTSE 350 as well as members of the IRM, Airmic, BIBA, RIMS, Alarm, FERMA, IIRSM, IoR and the CII.

Industries covered

• Aerospace, defence, aviation
• Banking, finance
• Construction
• Energy, power, utilities
• Law
• Manufacturing
• Mining, oil and gas
• Pharma, healthcare, biotech
• Public sector
• Retail
• Technology (telecoms, soft/hardware, cyber)
• Transportation, infrastructure

Newsletters and website

For a detailed breakdown of our web stats and newsletter readership, please contact Steve Turner.


CIR is published quarterly by Perspective Publishing.

Cyber risk in the transportation industry
The connected nature of the transport and logistics industries makes them an attractive target for hackers, with potentially disruptive and costly consequences. Between June 2020 and June 2021, the transportation industry saw an 186% increase in weekly ransomware attacks. At the same time, regulations and cyber security standards are lacking – creating weak postures across the board. This podcast explores the key risks. Published April 2022.

Political risk: A fresh perspective
CIR’s editor, Deborah Ritchie speaks with head of PCS at Verisk, Tom Johansmeyer about the confluence of political, nat cat and pandemic risks in a world that is becoming an increasingly risky place in which to do business. Published February 2022.